While I am with FSFE on this, I think they miss the point by treating FRAND as a license compliance issue; all that will happen is corporate lawyers will recommend avoiding the GPL. The problem is neither limited to license compliance nor to the requirement for payment. No, it's a software freedom issue that goes beyond licensing.
The real problem is that FRAND licensing prohibits unfettered usage of implementations and usually requires usage tracking, violating OSD
1, 3, 7 and probably OSD 2, 5, 6. Under these conditions most open source developers outside the cross-licensing cartel of a traditional standards body cannot or will not participate. Just because you can find an OSD-compliant license under which these other issues are not mentioned doesn't mean you've found a solution.
Allowing FRAND means prohibiting true open source collaboration. It's that simple. #beyondlicensing